The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 48
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 48

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Morth 13,1956 gtaona tippet iDrs ( ; AS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S 29 "It can't be OUT OF WATER . . . I just filled the CRANKCA5E this morning." There's a RIGHT PLACE for EVERYTHING ... let US service your car! KEH & LEO'S Phillips '66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Barbara Winter Of Lakota To Wed In June Lakola—Mr and Mrs Raymond A. Winter, of Lakota, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara Jean, above, to Pfc. Ronald A. Schroeder of Fort Polk, La. Mr Schroeder is the son ot Mrs Martha Schroeder of Ledyard and the late Mr Harry Schroeder. The couple are planning a June wedding. 1 Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Mrs John Schulz Sr. is visiting this week in Illinois with relatives, having accompanied Mi 1 and Mrs Schulz to their home last Sunday. Mrs Marie Frankl accompanied her son Donald to his home in Minneapolis, Sunday where she will spend a couple of weeks. Gene and Annette Frankl both had tonsillectomies last week at St. Ann. Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling spent Sunday with the Skilling sisters at Mason City. Mrs Flynn Hunt and family of Des Moines visited Saturday at tht" Charles Reaper home. Mr and Mrs W. McMahon and son spent last weekend at Lyle, Minn, at her parent's home. Mrs Rome Robison is now at her home and is recovering very satisfactorily. Her daughter, Dorothy • Schulz is staying with her now Hurt News Ronald Elvidge with sons Mac and Steven of Dundee were recent visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Elvidge. Mr and Mrs Lyle Johnson and sons of Lake Crystal, Minn, spent the weekend with Mrs Johnson's parents, the Herman Neitzels and also with the Clint Hendersons. Herbert Wiese, who has been a patient at the University hospital following eye surgery, returned home Friday. He will return later for a check-up. Mr and Mrs Ben Marlow of Redfield, South Dakota and Mr and Mrs Ed Allers of Spirit Lake visited the past week with the Herman Neitzels and the Hugh Marlows in town. Ben and Hugh are brothers of Mrs Neitzel and Mrs Allers. The out-of-town guests also visited other relatives in this area. John Geesman Jr., who recently completed a course in a Charles City Lintoype school, is now em-ployed on the paper at Greene, a town near there. Mr and Mrs Geesman will continue to live in Charles City as the latter is employed in nursing in the hospital there. Bert Ramus Head Of LuVerne C. C. LuVerne — Berlie C. Ramus was elected president of the The Chamber of Cormmerce succeeding retiring president James Mallory. Other officers elected were Allen Blake, vice president, and Walter Engel re-electd scretary- treasurer. Members of the executive board are Jon Nelson, Jack Roos and Max Patterson. The Chambers of Commerce made plans for the annual athletic banquet. The meeting was held Wednesday evening in the town 'hall. Thrifty Shoppin . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Tips Says Agriculture Having "It's Last Time At Bat" E. R. (Spike) Evans, a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate, told a group of county party workers at an informal luncheon at the Algona Hotel last Thursday noon, that "This is agriculture's last time at bat" with reference to the 1956 elections. Evans, who was connected with the Triple A in Washington, and later served for a number of years as a director of the Federal Reserve Board, had some interesting comments to make on the present discussion on farm prices and programs. He said that there wasn't a third' of a crop in storage at the present time, and that if as has been said we are paying "a million dollars a day for storage" then the present administration is paying a great deal more than formerly. "There is 52 million dollars in surplus of war commodities and material in storage", said Mi- Evans, "but we never hear of that, or what it costs." In the opinion of the Democratic candidate, the present crop surplus would disappear in 90 days if it should happen that a drouth would hit the midwest corn belt. Commenting on President Eisenhower's candidacy for reelection, Mr Evans said that he wasn't surprised. "I understand that the farm at Gettysburg is running behind so Ike decided to try for another term in Washington." Lions & Wives In Latin Evening For its annual ladies night, the Algona Lions Club plan a "Latin- American Evening" at the Country Club, Tuesday, March 13, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Guests will cross a gang plank to the party, which will be featured by the appearance of Carmen Mor- enda. A Mexican "bull fight" will also be presented. "Frank Moulton and Ed Gilmore are cochairmen for the event. Subway stations in Moscow are decorated with works of art. 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